Controls are the brain of the system; they control all the sensors and valves. There are several controls attached to a heating system.
Our promise is to always be fair honest and open on pricing. Heating controls vary from one device to another, based on manufacturers it would be unfair of us to mislead you with an ambiguous price. Therefore, we carry out a full on-site inspection before giving you our best price. What we will say is the average cost is around £90.
This controls the temperature pumped around the system in your home. You will find this as a dial with degrees shown.
If fitted to your system, this will control the on off function to your heating, as well as the flow of hot water to your radiators to heat the individual rooms in your home.
These are placed in individual rooms to measure the air temperature in each room. You set these to the desired temperature in your rooms. If the temperature drops below the set temperature it triggers the heating system to turn on. These controls are not as popular in modern heating systems.
You will find these on many heating systems as they are a popular choice to control your radiators. The TVR regulates the flow of water around the radiator as well as controlling the on/off setting on a radiator, depending on stings. These do not control the boiler directly.
As we have told you before, SMART stands for “Self-Monitoring Analysis & Reporting Technology”, but what exactly is it that makes a ‘smart’ thermostat smart?
Well, while a standard mediocre boiler thermostat offers some basic functions like switching the heating on and off, timer settings and some rudimentary temperature controls, a SMART thermostat lets you manage every minute of your home’s heating schedule from the palm of your hand, through a tablet or smartphone.
Whether you are looking to service your boiler, replace your boiler or move from ‘oil to gas’ it is essential to find the right heating engineer to undertake any work. A professional heating engineer will provide you with all the information and advice you need to consider your options. They will supply quotes and provide peace of mind that all work is carried out to proper standards.
It is essential you use a Gas Safe registered engineer to install, service or check gas appliances including boilers. To carry out work on gas installations and appliances safely and legally, gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register.
A number of our key locations are listed below, but if you're unsure from our locations map whether we can send an engineer to your home, please contact our customer service team on 01225 247 247.